First edition, review copy with publisher's promotional broadside laid in, of the Nobel-winning author's third book of poetry, a "confrontation with the fragility and risk involved in allowing oneself to love what is passing" (Morris, 6).
First edition, review copy with publisher's slip laid in, of the Pulizter- and Nobel-winning poet's first book, published when she was only 25 and already capturing Glück's characteristic mix of symbolic allusion, disciplined expression of anger, and breathtakingly lyrical composition.
First edition of the Pulitzer- and Nobel-winning authors fourth book of poetry, the title poem addressing "the power of grief to motivate heroic action" (Morris, 50) — not through victory in battle, but through Achilles's love of Patroclus.
First edition of the first book by the influential Japanese American poet (and later contributor to the landmark feminist anthology THIS BRIDGE CALLED MY BACK), exploring her memories of WWII-era internment.
Previously unknown original carbon typescript of the most important postwar American poem: Allen Ginsberg's "Howl." Almost certainly the only surviving draft version of this iconic poem remaining in private hands, and the only one to ever be separately offered for sale.